masters of anything
“If you’re all so smart, then why am I so rich? Warren Buffett”
This famous phrase is attributed to the charming American old billionaire. An eccentric old man with the appearance of a provincial Professor lives in a modest house in Omaha and often travels on an old “Honda”, bought 10 years ago in the secondary market for some 700 bucks. The car flaunts a license plate with the inscription “thrifty”, which translates as “calculating”. According to this sign, almost any American will determine that this is the car of Warren Buffett — the most successful investor and the world’s richest man nicknamed “the Oracle of Omaha”. Continue reading
James Altucher — entrepreneur, trader, investor, author of several bestsellers, who released and sold independently. In his blog, he openly and paradoxically teaches to live a happier life.
Are you happy with your life? Do you go to work knowing that you can achieve more? Knowing that you have unique abilities that can make you the best in the world?
This post is about how to achieve mastery. But also that it is normal not to achieve mastery in the traditional sense. You can define your own skills, not use someone else’s definitions.
In other words, being a loser is normal. Continue reading